Sarah Gaffney-Lang, Families Editor
AlgoRHYTHM online workshop at Z-arts

AlgoRHYTHM, online, 9 April 2021, from £3 - Book now

Get ready to be transported to outer space in Z-arts new dance workshop AlgoRHYTHM.

The whole family will be up dancing as you depart straight from your living room on the NASA Artemis flight headed for the moon! This out of this world interactive extravaganza uses real life research from scientists currently scoping out the best spot on the moon to build the universe’s first (or is it?) galactic airport.

Passengers are invited to ‘browse other intergalactic destinations, as interconnecting flights will be available!’ So, shimmy into your spacesuit and don’t forget your boots – it’s time to find out who’s got the best moon walking skills.

AlgoRHYTHM is part of the brilliant programme of online activities on offer at Z-arts this Easter half-term so do check out our other family listings.

AlgoRHYTHM, online

9 April 2021 10:00 am
From £3

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